The Diffusion of Innovation, 5th ed by Everett Rogers

Centralization

  • This is the degree to which power and control are concentrated in the hands of a few. This has been found to be negatively associated with innovation. In centralized organizations the top leaders are poorly positioned to identify operational-level problems or to suggest innovative solutions. Such organizations can, however, encourage the implementation of an innovation once a decision has been made to adopt.
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